Since coming to office in 2011, the Coalition government has sold more than 20,000 properties including 380 Department of Education buildings and around 4000 public housing dwellings, netting more than $9.1 billion.
While a lot happened in Sydney’s property market during Q2 2017, nothing had greater ramifications for so many suburbs than fresh controversies erupting over toll roads, at the same time as the entire future of the car comes into question.
Ridiculous! Sydney Airport at Mascot is Australia’s busiest! After all, it contributes directly and indirectly six per cent of NSW’s economic activity and almost 300,000 jobs. Its growth is currently very strong.
Concerned about the housing affordability crisis and fed up with government inaction? Why not rent out your property at a discount?
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The NSW government has adopted a state-wide policy that “establishes a baseline” of what is expected across all NSW projects in terms of design, and according to the Australian Institute…
The Sydney Architecture Festival will this year launch at Parramatta. And we’ll be catching a ferry to get there, holding a great event for about 100 on the way.
The news has been welcomed by many in the property industry, but it has also raised pertinent questions about just how replicable this model of public housing funding is.
Apparently, what some have called the “social cleansing” of Millers Point is not a done deal.
Architect and academic Cathy Smith is the inaugural recipient of the Turnbull Foundation Women in Built Environment Scholarship.
Research based on new Census data has shown that life expectancy goes down dramatically as you travel west in Sydney. At its most extreme the gap between average life expectancy in an Eastern Suburb of your choice and Mount Druitt in Sydney’s west is 20 years.
n response to pressure from property development as reported by Sydney Morning Herald in late June the City of Sydney recently undertook a mass removal of homeless people and their belongings from beneath building scaffolding in Martin Place.